Aer Lingus closed down 2.8 per cent

European stocks fell the most in almost two weeks as investors assessed equity valuations following the biggest rally since March. National benchmark(...)

Banana importer Fyffes rose 2.04 per cent to close at €1.102 after negotiating the first regulatory hurdle facing its proposed merger with rival Chiquita

European stocks declined from a six-year high as a report showing lower-than-estimated inflation in the euro area prompted investors to weigh the o(...)

Swiss-based food group Aryzta has reported a 16.5 per cent rise in quarterly revenues to €1.37 billion for the three months to the end of April. Photo: Bloomberg

Swiss-based food group Aryzta has reported a 16.5 per cent rise in quarterly revenues to €1.37 billion for the three months to the end of April.Buoyed(...)

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney with UCD Business School students, Ciara Swan and Jeanne Spillane, at the launch of the new MSc in Food Business Strategy.

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School has launched a new MSc in Food Business Strategy, which will blend theory and practice to prepare gra(...)

Earlier this month Aryzta agreed to acquire 100 per cent of both Pineridge Bakery in Canada and Cloverhill Bakery in the US. The acquisitions should provide “double digit EPS accretion” in fiscal 2015.

Swiss-based food group Aryzta reported a 5.7 per cent increase in revenues this morning, with sales rising to €1.59 billion on the back of a 19.1 p(...)

A young boy works at a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange yesterday. Traders traditionally bring their children to work for the half day of trading on the day after the Thanksgiving holiday. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Markets had a quiet day yesterday, taking their lead from the US, where the Thanksgiving holiday continued to set the mood. In Europe, positive news o(...)

Crisis? What crisis? Over a posh lunch on Tuesday, Tony Garry hosted Davy stockbrokers’ annual Mystic Meg session laying out its predictions for the y(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian said the company was “well placed” to take advantage of potential consolidation opportunities across the sector. Photograph: Eric Luke

Aryzta has reported overall revenues of more than €1 billion for the three months to the end of October, including a 6.5 per cent increase in food gro(...)

The deal for Iran to limit its nuclear programme lifted airline stocks as investors decided they are likely to benefit from falling oil prices

European stocks advanced, after posting their first weekly loss since October, as Iran agreed to limit its nuclear programme, lifting airline stocks, (...)

Aryzta’s brand ranges include Cuisine de France, La Brea Bakery and Otis Spunkmeyer.

Food group Aryzta reported a 6.5 per cent increase in first half sales, buoyed by strong growth in Europe and a 10 per cent contribution from its acqu(...)